1962 Plymouth. This is the epitome of early 60s styling by Virgil
exner. From its distinctive front grill to its canted tail fins
tipped with a round tail light, this definitely sets this vehicle
apart from all others of this era. This vehicle has been totally
restored in every aspect From Radiator to exhaust and everything in
between. Brand new paint new window glass new interior new tires
new brakes, new carburetor , petronics electronic ignition. this is
essentially a new car. The 225 cubic inch slant 6 engine has plenty
of power for modern driving, also has the famous typewriter shifter
for the transmission . Also has it breaks upgraded to front discs
with dual master cylinder for excellent stopping power. And of
course seat belts have been added because of this. Of course these
were options so they are not required by law, so if you're not
inclined to wear them you can't get a ticket for not having them
on. This is a car that if taken to a car show you are not Going to
find it's brother or sister. This is all California car, as you can
tell by its black license plates, no rust no fuss just get and and
go. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients
home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with
about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and
talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1962 Plymouth Valiant
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